Past Events

En Route to the Moon: Creating a More Resilient Civil Space Architecture

The Trump Administration has emphasized civil and commercial space as one of its top priorities with the reinstatement of the National Space Council, the signing of Space Policy Directive 1, and the recent National Security Strategy, which prioritized the improvement of our U.S. space architecture resiliency. This conference will focus on how NASA and others can promptly adapt civil space architectures in pursuit of the Administration’s mission objectives.

Time10:00 am - 5:00 pm
LocationCenter for Strategic and International Studies

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Strategic National Security Space: FY19 Budget Forum

This conference, in collaboration with the CSIS Defense Budget Analysis Project, will address the dynamic national security space landscape including the release of the Trump administration’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget, the evolving threat environment, and changes in the organization of the national security space enterprise.

Time8:00 am - 11:30 am
LocationCenter for Strategic and International Studies

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Space Threat Assessment 2018

Space Threat Assessment 2018 analyzes the open-source information available on the counterspace capabilities of other countries that can threaten U.S. space systems.

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Space Threat Assessment 2018

Several countries and non-state actors are developing, or have already developed, counterspace weapons that could be used against vulnerable U.S. space assets. This report assesses open-source information and provides a succinct view into what space and counterspace assets China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, and other actors are developing.

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Space Threat 2018: Conclusion

Space Threat Assessment 2018 evaluates open-source information on counterspace activities of adversaries, allies, and non-state actors. Counterspace weapon development from some adversaries is of serious concern and require immediate attention from policymakers.

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